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Foul Play Review [Capsule Computers]

Author Joshua Moris of Capsule Computers writes:

"Setting itself apart from other side scrolling brawlers is actually the presentation of the title’s story. Once the game opens we are welcomed to the abode of Daemonologist Baron Dashforth and his most trusted sidekick Scampwick. Yet what we are witnessing is a stage set for Baron’s most incredible adventures filled with hired actors to provide memorable battles. Each act of Dashforth’s life yields new acquaintances as well as new obstacles for the player to overcome thanks to a young boy in the front row…" (Foul Play, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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